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In Atlee’s next film, Shah Rukh Khan will essay a double role of a father and a son


Shah Rukh Khan was last seen in the 2018 film ‘Zero,’ alongside Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma, and since that film he has been absent from the big screen. But the actor is now preparing to return to the big screen next year with two films. Yes, despite the fact that official announcements have yet to be made, SRK is currently working on two films the first is Pathan, directed by Siddharth Anand, and the other one is Jawaan, directed by Atlee. The news is reported by Bollywood Hungama, and we have learned that South stars Priyamani and Nayanthara are set to share display space with SRK in this project.

A source by Bollywood Hungama says, “SRK will have double roles in Atlee’s next. Yes, there won’t be one but two Shah Rukhs in the film. Apparently the story is designed like an Indianised Money Heist – a vigilante thriller – with SRK playing the professor leading a gang of girls. Shah Rukh will play both the father and son’s role. Yes, there will be an older SRK and a younger one, as well.”

After wrapping up a few days in Pune, the shoot has already begun in Mumbai. For the time being, the entire situation is being kept under wraps.

Meanwhile, talking about the film Pathan, it is currently in production. The film features Shah Rukh Khan Deepika Padukone and John Abraham. Pathan is produced by Yash Raj Films and directed by Siddharth Anand, who also directed WAR. According to reports, Shah Rukh and Deepika will film a song in Spain. According to reports by Koimoi.com, SRK and Deepika will not only film key scenes in their film in Spain, but they will also film a massively staged song there!

The source said, “No Bollywood film has ever shot song sequences in these places. Sid Anand will shoot a spectacle of a song in Spain and things are totally under wraps to control all possible leaks. The intent is to create a song that is visually so grand that it is an instant hit. All necessary permissions are being worked on for a smooth shooting experience in Spain.”

Tips for a heart-healthy lifestyle, diet, and exercise


Heart disease strikes Indians at a younger age. The average age of a heart attack in a Western man is 63 years old; meanwhile, the average age of a heart attack in an Indian adult is 53 years old. Furthermore, 25% of all heart attacks occur in those under the age of 40. Heart disease is genetically prone in Indians. Barker (hypothesis) proposed that this was due to maternal starvation, which resulted in low birth weight and decreased organs at delivery. When these people are subjected to a high-calorie diet and an urban lifestyle, their organs are unable to cope. The metabolism of glucose, sodium, and cholesterol is disrupted. Heart disease develops as a result of a changed metabolic environment (common soil hypothesis).

A significant tendency exists if a male first degree relative is 55 years old and a female first degree relative is 65 years old. Apart from genetic predisposition, smoking and non-smoking tobacco use, high cholesterol, diabetes, high blood pressure, high caloric diet, overweight (BMI 23m/kg2) or obesity, low intake of fruits and vegetables, lack of physical activity, short sleep duration (>6 hours), poor sleep quality, low vitamin D3, stress, type A personality (time urgency, perfectionist), type D personality (non-perfectionist), type C personality (non-perfectionist), and type D personality (non-perfect).

Aside from genetic predisposition, smoking and non-smoking tobacco use, high cholesterol, diabetes, high blood pressure, high caloric diet, overweight (BMI 23m/kg2) or obesity, low intake of fruits and vegetables, lack of physical activity, short sleep duration (6 hours), poor sleep quality and low vitamin D3.

This includes nutrition, physical and mental activity, and, in certain circumstances, mediation. Heart disease can be avoided by living a rhythmic lifestyle. Alcohol has a detrimental effect on the heart.


The music video for Coldplay and BTS’s “My Universe” is truly out of this planet


The official music video for Coldplay and BTS’s collaboration tune ‘My Universe’ has been released, and it is unlike anything we’ve seen before.

In the video, set in a dystopian future when music is forbidden, the British rockers team up with the South Korean superstars utilising holograms. “Once upon a time, many years from now… music is prohibited throughout realms,” the video begins.

It continues to say, “Three separate bands disobey the prohibition on three different worlds. DJ Lafrique, on her extraterrestrial radio ship, uses holoband to connect them. They are being pursued by their silencers at all times.”

The music video arrives barely a week after the poetic video, which was released on Friday. The musicians’ new track is supposed to be a love song to their fans. It will appear on the band’s upcoming album, ‘Music of The Spheres,’ which will be led by Chris Martin.

Fans have been singing along to the catchy chorus of the song, and it has already become a smash “You are my universe, and all I want to do is put you first. You, on the other hand, are my universe, and you light up my world on the inside…”

BTS also contributes to the song with Korean lyrics.

While the two bands appear in the music video as holograms, fans were thrilled to learn that they met in person to record the song and also met last week while BTS was in the United States for the United Nations General Assembly.

BTS, which consists of RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, and Jungkook, also sat down with Chris for a YouTube special ahead of the release of ‘BTS ‘Permission to Dance’ MV (Shorts Challenge version)’.

Fans were ecstatic when the K-Pop group announced their first LIVE performance in two years on Tuesday. In November and December, the band will perform a unique four-day show in Los Angeles. Since the epidemic, this will be their first LIVE concert.

People are chuckling as a cat struggle to lift a dumbbell in a viral video


Cats are intriguing creatures because they are inquisitive and their antics fascinate us. A significant number of cat videos are shared on the internet every day.

Another day, another amusing cat video to keep you occupied. An adorable kitten tries to raise a dumbbell in this video. And the event is a lot of fun to watch. There’s a chance the video will make you laugh as well.

The video was first uploaded to YouTube a few days ago. It went viral within two hours of being shared on the Instagram page. The caption of the Instagram image says, “When people ask me, ‘Do you ever lift, bro?'”

Since its release, the video has received over 5.3 lakh views, with the figure rapidly rising. There have been a lot of remarks on the sharing. A few people also mentioned how relevant the video is.

An Instagram user remarked, “This is literally me in the gym.” Another said, “Just me trying to brighten my mood.” A third said, “Cute.” While response, several people posted laughing out loud emojis. On social media, the video has gone viral. The Internet has gone crazy over the touching video. “My heart, this is so wonderful and precious.

In India, the remake season is in full swing


Like most of the rest of the globe, Indian actor Vinay Pathak remembers finding Call My Agent, a French blockbuster, amid the rampant Covid-19 pandemic. He phoned actor and director Rajat Kapoor, a close colleague, and told him it was something they could work with. After all, the two had previously worked together on another French song, Le Diner De Cons, to create the sleeper smash Bheja Fry in 2007.

Pathak was told by Kapoor that he had just finished filming the Hindi version, in which he plays Mathias Barneville, a super-agent at the talent agency ASK, which handles half of the French film industry in fiction, with cameos by stars including Jean Reno, Jean Dujardin, Isabelle Hupert, and Monica Bellucci.

Stars like Farah Khan and Richa Chadha wander in and out of the scenes in the Indian version, which follows a similar plot. Will it keep its witty lines, celebrity culture reflections, and insider gossip? Even though the original’s global popularity has assured that a film and another season are on the way, we’ll find out when it arrives on Netflix shortly.

For a long time, Bollywood got away with plagiarising Western entertainment, sure that no one would notice. In Bandra, Mumbai, the Sarvodyaya video library record revealed which filmmaker was watching which type of film to copy from. In the era of the Internet, however, passing off imitation as the highest form of flattery is difficult. Originals must be obtained from the creators and inspirations must be recognised. And modifications must be carried out faithfully, but not to the exclusion of local sensitivities.

Director Sudhir Mishra is adapting Fauda for India, and it is set in Kashmir, where human stories will be portrayed from both sides of the divide, the local populace and the security forces. Sameer Nair’s Applause Entertainment has acquired the copyright to both Call My Agent and Fauda, as well as Luther, the BBC’s star vehicle for Idris Elba.

The success of Netflix’s “Squid Game” has prompted a search for the next Korean stock star


Korean entertainment has grown immensely popular with consumers and stock investors alike, with boy band BTS, addicting “Baby Shark” tunes, and now survival drama Squid Game, causing some speculation about where the next successes may come from.

Squid Game, the country’s latest phenomenon that has topped Netflix Inc. rankings all around the world, has also prompted some significant stock price increases. This month, the stock of Bucket Studio Co., which has a share in the agency that represents the show’s star actor, has more than quadrupled. ShowBox Corp. has risen 55 percent since its predecessor invested in Siren Pictures, the show’s privately held production company.

Netflix has increased its projected expenditure on Korean movies and TV series to $500 million this year, indicating that global streaming firms are increasing their investment in Korean content. Hit content, like successful stocks, may be difficult to predict.

“Any firm may generate a hit,” said Lee Kihoon, a Hana Financial Investment Co. analyst who rates Studio Dragon Corp., CJ ENM Co., and Jcontentree Corp. as buys. “We can’t predict who will make the next ‘Squid Game,’ because it might be anyone,” he added.

Nonetheless, given its large $2.2 billion market valuation in an industry with numerous tiny competitors, Lee believes Studio Dragon is a “must-buy” for investors looking to make bets in the Korean entertainment business. Studio Dragon is a subsidiary of Korean cinema powerhouse CJ ENM and the producer of “Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha,” another presently popular Netflix programme.

With a new James Bond film, Hollywood is ready to make a comeback


With the release of the latest James Bond film, No Time to Die, today, the franchise is hoping to capitalise on the positive attitude in the Indian exhibition market following news that Maharashtra cinemas would reopen on October 22. Thanks to 3D versions in dubbed local languages like as Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada, the Daniel Craig picture, which will be released in over 1,000 theatres, is projected to travel to tier-two towns as well.

In addition, unlike many recent Hollywood films, No Time to Die will be released simultaneously worldwide and in India, making it an appealing offer for young audiences. With a flurry of blockbuster projects slated till December, the James Bond series will also set the stage for Hollywood’s rebirth.

The most recent James Bond film, Spectre, was released in 2015 and grossed Rs36.88 crore at the box office, with an opening day gross of Rs8.4 crore, the franchise’s biggest to date. In India, the film was released later than in many other countries, owing to controversy over some of the kissing sequences, which were judged too lengthy by then-censor board chairman Pahlaj Nihalani.

“The film’s release at this time could boost consumer and exhibitor confidence, which has been high since the announcement of Maharashtra reopening cinemas, even if it’s still over a month away,” said Girish Johar, a film producer, trade and exhibition specialist.

The 3D version, which was unveiled only days before the film’s theatrical release, is the first for a James Bond picture and is clearly designed to entice people to the theatres in these unusual times, according to industry experts. The reopening of cinemas in Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, and Karnataka has already benefited Hollywood in recent weeks, with Marvel’s Chinese origin superhero film Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, which earned Rs23.58 crore at the time of writing, seeing the most gains from Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and Mysuru.

Taapsee Pannu announces the release of ‘Vulnerable’ in India, bringing the marginalised into the mainstream


Following the international premiere of the short film ‘Vulnerable: Scars That You Don’t See’ at Milan Fashion Week, star Taapsee Pannu announced the film’s release in India via her social media account. Shabinaa Khan and Kulsum Shadab Wahab collaborated on the short video, which is currently available on YouTube.

It is a critical praise and popularity in Milan, the short film is now available on the video-sharing network. The video promotes inclusiveness and equality by breaking down barriers. It is the first Indian short film to address the categorization of beauty standards. It includes people of many nationalities, races, and Hothur Foundation acid attack survivors.

“We are born into a world where everything is laid out by others before us,” explains Kulsum Shadab Wahab, Executive Director Hothur Foundation and creator Ara Lumiere. That universe no longer exists, and its separation rules no longer apply. Our manifesto of freedom and inclusiveness is called Vulnerable. We can create a world of compassion, love, and understanding by harnessing the power of ‘art’ and ‘equity.’”

Shabinaa Khan, a film producer, asks, “How many times have we second-guessed our choices based on our perceptions of ourselves? The titles we’ve been given limit our ability to express ourselves and live. We aim to celebrate uniqueness and make inclusiveness the norm through Vulnerable. I hope viewers enjoy the new era of liberty.”

Ara Lumiere is a film directed by Arsala Qureishi and Jas Sagu and produced by Kulsum Shadab Wahab, Founder, Hothur Foundation. It was presented by Shabinaa Khan and directed by Arsala Qureishi and Jas Sagu.

Tejasswi Prakash looks stunning in her glam look in the Bigg Boss 15 teaser video


Bigg Boss 15 is set to begin airing this weekend. And, while there have been numerous rumours about which contestants will appear on the popular reality show, the full list of contestants has yet to be released. Though names are slowly being revealed, one such name is Tejasswi Prakash. It is confirmed by the show’s most recent teaser, in which she is seen raising the temperature with her moves.

In the recent promo video, the show had actress Tejasswi Prakash to be the new contestant on the show. She looked adorable as she danced to Aastha Gill and Badshah’s hit song Pani Pani. Bigg Boss has shared the official promo video on their Twitter handle and wrote, “Inn aankhon ke peeche chhupi hain kiski adaayein? Guess kariye aur comments mein bataaiye. Dekhiye #BiggBoss15, 2nd Oct se, Sat-Sun 9:30 baje aur Mon-Fri 10:30 baje sirf #Colors par. @BeingSalmanKhan @TRESemmeIndia @LotusHerbals @justvoot”

Tejasswi Prakash is a television actor and have appeared in several shows, including Sanskaar – Dharohar Apnon Ki, Pehredaar Piya Ki, and Karn Sangini. She also appeared on Khatron Ke Khiladi 10, an adventure reality show.

Pratik Sehajpal, Shamita Shetty, Nishant Bhat, Karan Kundrra, and Simba Nagpal are the names of confirmed contestants for Salman Khan hosted show. Both actors Vidhi Pandya and Vishal Kotian are rumoured to be contestants on the show this year.

In the upcoming season the contestants will stay in a jungle rather than the usual Bigg Boss house, fighting for basic amenities before entering the main house. “The facilities that contestants will get this time will be less than before,” said host Salman Khan at the event. He added, “They will only get a tiny survival kit but will be scolded by Bigg Boss, punished, luxury budgets will be slashed.” The new season will begin from October 2,

Ranu Mondal sings Manike Mage Hithe and the video goes viral on social media


In 2019, a video of Ranu Mondal singing the song Ek Pyaar Ka Nagma Hai went viral. She became an overnight singing sensation, and won the hearts of many people with her rendition of the popular song. And now, Ranu is back, this time with a cover of the superhit song Manike Mage Hithe.

Ranu Mondal sings Manike Mage Hithe in a new video posted by YouTuber Rondhon Porichoy, which has already received over 54,000 views. In the video, while singing the song Ranu was dressed in a red tee and pants. After watching Ranu Mondal’s new video, social media users were ecstatic and left heart emojis in the comments section.

Satheeshan Rathnayaka’s Manike Mage Hithe is a 2020 Sinhala song. After Sri Lankan singer Yohani Diloka De Silva’s version of the song was released in May, it went viral. Within three months of its release on YouTube, Yohani’s Manike Mage Hithe had surpassed 91 million views.

Ranu Mondal rose to fame in 2019 after a video of her singing Lata Mangeshkar’s iconic song Ek Pyaar Ka Nagma Hai at the Ranaghat Railway Station in West Bengal went viral on social media. Atindra Chakraborty shared the song after being impressed by her voice. Within a few days, the video had over 2.5 million views. She was soon invited to a Mumbai reality show. Himesh Reshammiya, who was a judge on the show, was impressed with Ranu’s singing abilities and asked her to sing for his film Happy Hardy and Heer. Since then Ranu has become a star.